I’m in a reflective mood. Thinking back on my youth, there’s so much that, at the time, I wished I could do. Looking at my life now, I think I’m right where I want to be in terms of who I am and what I am doing with my life.
Edible Onion always has the most unique, crafty cover art. And while I always look forward to receiving little packages by them, I thought I’d take a different approach this time with their long-time artist Br’er. Mind you, this is a band i relate to Jamie Stewart’s Xiu Xiu or Ryland Bouchard’s The Robot Ate… Continue reading Br’er: Sea of Doubt (Video)
The first release I received of Br’er in the mail from Edible Onion was shocking. On vinyl, the album was tucked into a nice, hand-made cover featuring the nether-region of a nude male body with large garden clippers hiding the member. To be honest, I’m kind of glad Of Shemales & Kissaboos is similar in… Continue reading Br’er: Of Shemales & Kissaboos (Album Review)
The Philadelphia-based record label, Edible Onion, might very well be the only thing that can be called music as we once knew it. In the digital frenzy of now, it is often harder get yourself excited about a new release — even one from your favorite artist. Few folks venture away from their laptops to… Continue reading A Cure For The Broken-Hearted [Feature]